posted on Sep, 22 2010 @ 01:58 AM
In order to have a Revolution
one must have a creation myth.
That's what Copernicus did, he questioned
how everything worked, and how it all started.
Until everyone here can agree on the same
story about the start or origin of America there is no way
they will walk together to the same destination.
Or is it not a destination and we are talking about the way in which we walk.
In that case let me say to all readers
Wahhh ha ha ha hah ah ha ha ha!
Welcome aboard the D-Day landing craft.
We didn't tell any of you apes that 90% of you
will die by the landing of this craft, because we never
would have gotten it loaded up with so many armed warm bodies.
The revolution already started we just didn't let you know.
The only thing we had to fear was the French Revolution with Guillotines and Cameras.
Imagine a world where public displays of execution were state approved. (shudders)
This is why the first cinema was little cloistered peep shows with a crank,
and then theaters were darkened secret places. We had to make
everyone feel that video was a personal secret one to hide.
That way when society or people went wrong it didn't
flare up into televised vengeance.
No the instructions are pretty
clear and have been openly
published since day one.
Neither by might, nor by power, but by my spirit Sayeth The Lord.
So what spirit do we want us
to have when we hit the beach running?
We already have it, the spirit of diligent inquiry,
long suffering, patience, mercy, light, truth, and justice.
No we don't want a revolution, we _ARE_ the revolution.
We don't want to shoot anyone, we are pissed off
the government may force us to shoot someone.
We are the spirit of inquiry, enough-is-enough,
keep digging, and what the heck is going on here,
and show me the evidence.
We're about to land now and I won't see
most of you ever again so I'll just leave these words.
A public database, like ATS,
cannot be made secret.
If you ever do find any truth
be sure to share it here, who knows what it may support in the future.
and Euclid's Elements Book I, Definitions 1-10 lines up with The Ten Commandments. Not that any of you non calculus 4 types will have any
comprehension of the magnitude of this. But it is beginners geometry so at least you can start to see the basic premise of the sheer power of word
problems. This stuff is so cool one could invent an entire legal system with it.